Hazel Davis spent the week end at her home at New London.
Olga Horke of Appleton, has returned home for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Flag spent Monday at the H.W. Kleman home.
Mrs. Chas. Boyce spent the past week at Oshkosh at the home of her sister.
Arnold Trachte of Madison visited with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wagner on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fergot and children spent Sunday at the Bert Palmer home.
Doris Donaldson spent a few days at the Frank Koeller home during the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Frederick spent several days during the past week at Green Lake.
Fred and George Breed have returned home from Milwaukee, where they attended the auto show.
Geo. Breed and family and Mrs. Deering visited at the Dwight Breed home in Clintonville Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Buntrock and daughter Viola visited with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gehrt Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Selnow and Catherine Baker motored to Palaski Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. O.F. Carlson.
Mr. and Mrs. Jul Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fehrman visited at the Chas. Fisher home Sunday evening.
Orlinda Fehrman and Esther Trueb of Milwaukee are visiting with the formers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fehrman.
A feather stripping bee was held at the home of David Horke Thursday afternoon after which a delicious lunch was served. A good time was reported by all.
Herman Gehrt and family,
Walter Gehrt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Anton, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Anton
and Dr. and Mrs. Jaeckel visited at the John
Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Hammerly of Oshkosh visited with relatives at Shawano at the Elmer Plopper and Wm. Wege homes on Saturday and Sunday. They were accompanied back to Oshkosh by Myrene Plopper.
John Fischer of Bonduel submitted to an emergency operation at the office of Dr. Walch in this city last week Friday. Mr. Fischer suffered an attack from appendicitis in the morning while milking and started later in the morning for this city with his family for medical attention.
Mrs. Helen Hogan of this city was called to Appleton last week by the serous illness of her mother, Mrs. Kuborn. Mrs. Kuborn was hit a street car in Kaukauna last week Thursday as she was on her way to church. She was rushed to the St. Elizabeth's hospital at Appleton where she died Sunday. Henry Zehren is substituting as mail carrier on Mrs. Hogan's route during her absence.
Young Clintonville Man Dies at Wales Sanitarium Jan. 20
Herbert Joseph, foster son of Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Kuehne died at the sanitarium at Wales, Friday afternoon, Jan. 20. at the age of 18 years, 3 months and 7 days. He had been a patient there since April and was apparently recovering when a relapse set in which ended in his early demise. He had not been well for years but had always been able to be about and attend school until a year ago.
Beside his bereaved parents, he leaves one brother, Herman of this city and one sister, Martha of Milwaukee. Burial took place at Waukesha last Monday following services in the St. Joseph church there.
Herbert is well known to the younger folks in the community with whom he attended the St. Mary's school and was graduated. He was a brilliant lad and extremely active and industrious when his habits he never despaired in his extreme suffering and his loss is keenly regretted by his foster parents and his many friends.
Bear Creek Happenings
Mrs. Alvin Tyrill of Clintonville visited over Sunday with Mrs. Gertrude Jenkin.
Adeline Will of Appleton spent Sunday with Mrs. Gertrude Armstrong.
We are glad to report that L.H. Rebman, who has been seriously ill, is recovering his health.
Chas. Nicolai of the town of Lebanon called at the G.P. Mares home Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Flanagan and son David are visiting relatives at Milwaukee.
A number of relatives and friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. Irving Neilson at their home southeast of the village Wednesday evening,. The event celebrated was the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Neilson.
Waupaca County Post - Waupaca, WI - May 31, 1928
Adeline Axtell, maiden
name Smith. She had a visit from her brother H. C. Smith. She visited E.
Mrs. Art L. Moore returned the first of last week from West Bend after a three-week stay there.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Russell and children of Green Bay were visitors at the C. G. Rode home last week.
George Murray of Galloway, was a visitor in this vicinity the first of the week
A. L. Moore has a new Chev coach and P.O. Peterson has a new Ford sedan
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Moore of Oshkosh were weekend visitors here
The Clintonville Tribune - Clintonville, WI - June 14, 1928
Bear Creek Happenings
Levi Vedner of the town of Bear Creek is reported very ill at present.
Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Demsey and family were in New London Sunday evening.
Mrs. F.W. Raisler and son John and Mrs. Bessie Jenkin were at Oshkosh Tuesday.
A surprise party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Rohan in the town of Bear Creek, Friday evening, the occasion being the seventeenth birthday anniversary of their son Merlyn. The time was spent playing games and dancing followed by a delicious lunch. A large number of friends and schoolmates attended.
Harry Gehrke of Manawa was a business visitor here on Friday of last week.
Marie Hogan and Rud. Zehren spent Sunday evening at Antigo visiting with friends.
Mrs. Wm. Wege, who has been ill for several days, has resumed her duties at the Grand theatre.
Mrs. Henry Piehl left for the St. Elizabeth's hospital on Sunday where she underwent an operation for the removal of a goiter.
A.A. Washburn left for New Richland, Mich. on Monday morning where he will attend the funeral of a relative.
Ira Davison, who was injured in a fall from a telephone pole last week Tuesday, was taken to the St. Elizabeth's hospital at Appleton the following Thursday. Reports reaching us as we go to press indicate that he is improving. Hope is had for his recovery.
Leo Kesting, who two weeks ago returned to the hospital at Appleton for further medical treatment, is reported to be in a critical condition.
Carlton Beer, who has been attending Oshkosh teacher's college the past year, is spending the summer months at his parental home here.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the many friends and neighbors for their kindness during the recent illness and death of Mrs. Henrietta Vandree. We wish to express our appreciation to Rev. Stubenvoll for his words of consolation and thank those who brought the many beautiful floral offerings. We also wish to thank the Ladies' Aid, the girls' chorus and the men's choir for the beautiful songs they sung, Mr. and Mrs. Jule Vandree, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Seymour, Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Blondin, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ruckdashel, Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. O.C. Vandree, Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Vandree, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Steingraber
Arthur Rosnow of Cecil spent Wednesday evening here with relatives and friends.
A. J. Ricker spent Sunday visiting at the home of his cousin James Ricker of Royalton.
Mr. and Mrs. Schimke are spending the summer at their cottage at Clover Leaf lakes.
Mrs. Robert Neeley and little daughter of Bear Creek are visiting at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weller.
Chas. Thorson has moved his family to Wittenberg where he will operate a 5 and 10˘ novelty store. Their household goods were moved on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hutchinson spent several days of this week visiting at the home of his brother, F.A. Hutchinson in this city.
Mrs. Henry Lauz underwent an operation at the St. Elizabeth hospital at Appleton last week and at this writing she is getting along nicely.
Mrs. G. H. Miller suffered a paraletic stroke last Friday noon. At this writing she is slowing recovering. Her daughter, Mrs. M. Richardson of Oshkosh, is here caring for her.
Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Perkins and daughter Leone left for Rhinelander the latter part of last week, where Leone will visit with relatives and friends while her parents make a trip to Toronto, Canada. On their way home they will visit Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Albany, New York and take a trip up the Hudson river.
Mrs. Alfred Fehrman was a Clintonville caller last week.
Agnes Krubsack made a trip to Milwaukee where she will visit relatives.
Gilbert Voight of White Lake spent Tuesday at Embarrass looking over his property.
Geo. Breed and family, Mrs. Deering and Chas. Gehrt motored to Watertown Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hammerly of Oshkosh visited with Mr. and Mrs. Silas Anton Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Poepp, Mrs. Louis Fandrey and Mrs. Wm. Anton drove to Milwaukee Saturday.
Mrs. Wm. Allender and Mrs. A Tellock of Caroline made a trip to Oshkosh and Omro Tuesday at visit relatives.
Friends of Margaret Kuschel surprised her on Monday evening, the occasion being in honor of her birthday anniversary. The evening was spent in playing "50". Ruth Russ received the prized for high score and Dorothy Laahs low. The following were in attendance: Helen Weller, Ruth Russ, Dorothy Laahs, Viola Fillnow, Laura and Linda Raisler, Irma Spearbraker and Ione Brewer. A lovely lunch was served to the guests.
Mrs. R. P. Kasper entertained
at a bon voyage dinner Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Kasper who left
Wednesday for New York from where he will sail Friday for Europe. Guests
included Mr. and Mrs. Donald Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schoepke and son
of this city; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmallenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller
and Wallace Schoepke of New London; Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Schoepke and
family,, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schoepke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Schoepke, Mrs. Wm. Schoepke, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kasper and son, all of
Nicholson; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Miller of Bear Creek, Celia Kasper of
Merrill, Ted Freiburg of Wausau, Clarence Sturm of Manawa and Otto Burrow.
Waupaca County Post - Waupaca, WI - June 7, 1928
John Mork and S. A. Ellefson of Iola transacted business at the county seat Saturday and made this office a pleasant call.
John Erickson Twetan and daughters Misses Merna and Stella moved from the Arvid Erickson residence across the rover to the Carl Jorgen’s residence on school Street last Monday. Julius Jacobsen of Iola helped with some of the moving of the household goods.
Ernest Livermore and friend from Madison came Saturday and are spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Russell.
Mrs. Hans Peterson entertained the Birthday Club at her home last week Tuesday and Mrs. Blanche Nelson entertained the Club the Saturday before
The Clintonville Tribune - Clintonville, WI - June 22, 1928
MARION NEWS ITEMS
Mrs. T. J. Haufe spent Friday in Clintonville.
W.C. Dedolph transacted business at Clintonville Friday.
Mrs. Walt Wulk and children, accompanied by Mrs. Wm. Dedolph were Appleton visitors Friday.
Margaret Goodwin of Northport is visiting at the Ryers and Perry homes in the village.
Mrs. L.M. DeVaud and son Dick were guests of relatives in Manawa Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. D. Lange arrived home from New London on Tuesday and is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. B. May.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Larsen and daughter Ramona of Chicago were over Sunday guests at the Chas. Bowers home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Brownell of Watersmeet, Mich., have been visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Wm. E. Wulk during the past week.
Forest Shaefer, Aug. Keller and Russell Edwards made their way north Saturday evening for an over Sunday fishing trip. Like President Coolidge, they do not talk when one says "Fish" or "How many?"
Mrs. P.A. Michaelis entertained the Birthday club at her home on Saturday afternoon. Four tables of 500 were in play and prizes were awarded to Mesdames Fuerman, Dedolph and Maes. Other guests besides club members were Mrs. John Fox, Mrs. H. Raffauf, Mrs. Ed. Fox and Mrs. Forest Uttormark. A five o'clock dinner was served after the card games.
Two children belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fraedrich of the town of Dupont, a boy age fourteen and a girl age eight, became lost in the woods near Bressler Lake, Thursday night. The children had taken the cows to pasture and on their way back searched for wild strawberries. Darkness overtook them before they were aware of it and they became confused and could not find the way home. After relatives and neighbors had searched all night without avail, a searching party went out from the village. They were successful in finding the children sustained, they were unhurt and duly glad to be taken home.
Waupaca County Post - Waupaca, WI Thursday July 19, 1928
EARL LYTLE STARTS IN GROCERY STORE AT IOLA
Earl D. Lytle, Ogdensburg, son of U. G. Lytle who lately reopened a grocery and dry goods store in that village has purchased and taken possession of the grocery store in Iola formerly owned by H. M. Sorenson. Mr. Sorenson, who has conducted the store for several years, has not decided what he will do henceforth. Mr. Lytle has had considerable experience in the grocery line and his success is assured.
Embarrass News Items
Harry Caugel of Canada is visiting with his family, and mother for a few days.
Mrs. Bailey and daughter, Faith of Chicago are visiting Mrs. Nichols and Mrs. Allen.
Margaret, Doris and Cordia Murray of Deer Creek visited at the McClone home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Allender spent Saturday visiting in Caroline with Mr. and Mrs. A. Tellock.
Mr. and Mrs. Armond Knopp,. returned from their trip to Duluth, and other cities last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Groth moved to Shiocton Tuesday. Mr. Groth will be employed at a lumber yard there.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dexter and daughters Irene and Verna of Winona, Minn., visited Ella Brown last week.
Mrs. Walter Gruetzmacher and children of Clintonville visited at the Aug. Gruetzmacher home Monday and Tuesday.
Ed. Groth and family moved their household goods into the Honisch home Wednesday where they are now making their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Jaeger and daughter of Beloit are visiting at the Awaldt Schmidt home. Mrs. Jaeger is a sister of Mrs. Schmidt
Chas. Fisher almost lost one of his valuable horses last Sunday which somehow fell into a silo hole, 5 feet deep, but with the assistance of neighbors the horse was released from his cell unhurt.
Last Saturday evening relatives and friends helped Mrs. Aug. Gruetzmacher celebrate her fifty-ninth birthday anniversary. Cards were played and later a delicious lunch was served. Those present were Mrs. and Mrs. Wm. Gruetzmacher and family, Mrs. Arly Hamilton and daughter of Shawano, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gruetzmacher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schultz and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gruetzmacher, St. All had a very good time.
Mrs. Jul. Spearbraker was tendered a surprise by a number of ladies of this city last Monday afternoon when they gathered at the Spearbraker cottage for an afternoon at bridge. Two tables were in play and a dainty luncheon was served in the late afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. Wm. McDonald of Chicago, Mrs. Roger Marson and Mrs. Harry E. Brooks.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Firehamer and daughter Viola spent Sunday at Oshkosh.
Mrs. Harold Olk and sons visited at Fond du Lac from Friday to Monday.
Mrs. Frank Damos of Appleton is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Anna Pautz.
Misses Elsie Brohm and Lillian Schunk spent Saturday afternoon at Galesburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huhn and Mr. and Mrs. John Hayden of Milwaukee spent Saturday at Appleton.
Mrs. Levi Larson and son, Keith, Mrs. Herbert Bovee and daughter Phyllis and M. Bovee spent Saturday at Manawa.
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. H. Sell, 2223 North Hamlin Ave., Chicago, announced the birth of a baby daughter, Joan Nancy, Aug 16, at the Lutheran Deaconess hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Gordon
of Covington, Kenn., are the happy parents of a baby girl, born to them on
Aug. 17. Mrs. Gordon will be remembered by
LITTLE DAUGHTER DIED LAST SATURDAY
The little six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Tellock died last Saturday following an illness with scarlet fever. Funeral services were held Monday at Sumco, Rev. Kitzman officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Tellock live in the town of Union.
The Clintonville Tribune - Clintonville, WI - August 31, 1928
James Kelly spent Sunday at New London.
Charles Olen of Sheboygan is visiting at the home of his father, Otto Olen.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen of Milwaukee are visiting at the Blair home in this city.
Sarah Laahs and Mrs. J. B. Clemons visited with Mrs. Wallace Pride at Oshkosh Friday.
Mrs. Greinke and children of Sugar Bush visited with her sister, Mrs. Samuel Finch Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Long, Mrs. Frank Wilson and daughter Ruth Louise, Doris and Alice Nicholson spent the weekend at Marinette.
Mrs. H.G. Engles is spending this week with her husband at Indianapolis and Detroit.
Niel Ethridge, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Ethridge, had the misfortune of breaking his right arm one day last week. The accident occurred while Niel was playing with a group of boys. He is getting along nicely at present.
EMBARRASS NEWS ITEMS
Mrs. J. M. Waite went to Eveleth, Minn. Thursday to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Falk and family of Manitowoc spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carley
Mrs. Walter Liesch and family of Laona are spending the week visiting at the Wm. Allender home.
T.H. Buntrock and son Walter spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Milwaukee attending the State Fair.
John Krubsack left for Milwaukee Friday where he will take charge of a booth at the Fair for Waupaca County.
A baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zimmerman on Thursday, Aug. 23, Mrs. Zimmerman was formerly Hildegard Fredrick.
BEAR CREEK HAPPENINGS
Mrs. Minnie Own returned Monday from several days visit at the A. Tietz home near Sugar Bush.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Flanagan and children were Sunday dinner guests at the L.V. Zehren home at Pella
Miss Helen Hynes, who spent some time visiting at the F.W. Raisler home, has returned to her home in Chicago.
Edward, the seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. James Flanagan of the town of Bear Creek, was operated on for removal of adenoids and tonsils at the office of Dr. W.H. Finney at Clintonville Tuesday.
The following persons were guests at the Frank Jepson home in town of Deer Creek during the past week: Mrs. A.J. Langhan, Miss Gladys Langhan, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Langhan, Lester Jepson, Mrs. Frank Calkins and two sons Melvin and Donald, all of Milwaukee: Mrs. Chas. McLeod and two sons Erlin and Marvin of St. Paul, Mrs. Walter Derm of Wausau, Miss Iris Amagost of Superior, Delbert Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Calkins and three daughters of Waupaca, and Mrs. G.A. Wurl of Clintonville.
The Clintonville Tribune - Clintonville, WI - September 7, 1928
Elda and Sadie Strochein, Ruth Dobert and Alvin Strochein of Weyauwega spent Sunday evening visiting Miss Bertha Bloom.
Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Gralow and daughter Meriel spent the week-end visiting friends and relatives at Lanesboro and Canton, Minn.
Albert T. Schroeder and family, Henry Fick and son, Arnold were week-end visitors in this city. Mr. Fisk will remain for a week's visit while the Schroeders and Arnold Fick returned to Milwaukee Monday afternoon.
A. H. Poepp, partner in the Hudson and Essex organization at Embarrass, left on an extensive trip thru the north Sunday, Sept. 2nd. He is driving a new 1180 Hudson sedan for test purposes and expects to ring up some sensational driving records, which you will read about on his return.
Herman Graf and daughter, Cecelia, Albert Winter and daughter Pauline were blackberry picking near Big Falls Monday.
Mrs. Art Polzin and children returned Friday from Weyauwega where they have been visiting the past two months.
Mrs. Aug. Stolpa and children left Monday for their home at Winona, Minn. after spending a few days at the V.L. Joswiak home.
Henry Winter, one of Clintonville's pioneer business men who now makes his home with his daughter in Fond du Lac, is a visitor in this city this week. Mr. Winter is on his annual tour visiting his children having just returned from Chicago and Shawano where he has visited relatives. Though 87, Mr. Winter is looking fine this year and his old friends are glad to see him.
EMBARRASS NEWS ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ormondt of Madison spent the weekend with Jul. Barkow's.
Adna Wagner, Chas. Fisher and son Harlow made a trip to Marion Sunday.
Bert Allender and family of Oshkosh visited friends at Embarrass on Sunday and Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferd. Kriewaldt are the proud parents of a baby boy, born to them on Tuesday, Sept. 4th.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rindt and son Raymond made a trip to Fort Atkinson Saturday to visit with relatives, returning Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Timm of Shawano, Mr. and Mrs. Aug Ehlert and Mr. and Mrs. Si Ford and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehlert on Labor Day.
BEAR CREEK HAPPENINGS
Among those from this vicinity that attended the teacher's convention at Appleton Thursday and Friday were the following named: Sister Josephine, Sister Rigis, Sister Stanislaus, Mrs. Gertrude Long, Misses Mildred Long, Marie Battes, Genevieve and Eleanor Moriarity, Margaret Murray, Loretter Kiefer and Isla Jepson.
The local high school opened Tuesday. The following named comprise the facility for the year: Principal, James B. Lockwood of Platteville, History Teacher, Miss Leona Miller of Ellswoth; English Teacher, Miss Virginia O'Neill of Shullsburg; Intermediate, Mrs. Gertrude Long of the village; and Primary, Miss Lorette Kiefer of the town of Bear Creek.
The Clintonville Tribune - Clintonville, WI - September 21, 1928
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Draeger and family spent Sunday at New London.
Mr. and Mrs. John Winkler and daughter Violet are enjoying a trip in southern Wisconsin.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wilke, at Milwaukee last Friday. All are well and nobody is happier than Grandpa Wilke of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Rogers of Jamestown, N.D., returned to that city this week after spending the past two months visiting relatives in this city and at Marion.
AUG. YAEGER INJURED IN FEED CUTTER SAT.
Aug. Yaeger, Clintonville, Route 5, 4 miles southwest of Clintonville, was seriously injured last Saturday when his coat became caught in a silo filler while in operation. The accident occurred just before dinner. The rest of the men Mr. Yaeger had engaged to help fill silo in the afternoon had gone to the house for dinner while Mr. Yaeger was lining up the silo filler and tractor. While thus working about the silo filling machine the wind blew his heavy jacket so that it was caught in the wheels of the machine. Mr. Yaeger immediately tried to pull himself out of the jacket and succeeded but was thrown with his head against the moving belt which cut a deep gash on his forehead just across the eye and in his struggle he also received cuts and bruises about the right arm.
He was able to reach the house when he fell unconscious. Rushed to the office of Dr. W.H. Finney in this city it was found that no bones were broken but 18 stitches were necessary to close the wound on his forehead. Fortunately the machinery was moving slowly or Mr. Yaeger might have been fatally injured. He is now reported to be getting along well.
The Clintonville Tribune - Clintonville, WI - October 5, 1928
Otto and Art Henschel called on Roy Jorgenson Sunday.
Glen and Henry McKay of Oshkosh were home for the weekend.
Roy Jorgenson was a Clintonville business called Thursday.
Emil Lukejohn of Manawa visited at the Herb. Dennison Sunday.
Alb. Kortbein of Willow Hill spent Sunday at the Roy Jorgenson home.
L. Janke and son Marvin visited at the John McKay home Monday evening.
We are in receipt of a post card from Edw. Felshow stating that they have arrived at Long Beach, Calif., and are now permanently located at 347 Magnolia Ave., in that city, where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Felshow made the trip by car.
Mrs. Howard Bovee, Miss Edith LaMond and Mrs. Alfred Kratzke spent Saturday at Appleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bovee and children spent Sunday at New London.
Mrs. Kate Zell accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Paul Mech, to Stevens Point Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arno Bast and family left for Colby Saturday evening where they visited with relatives until Sunday afternoon.
The Clintonville Tribune - Clintonville, WI - October 26, 1928
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Land and daughter Marie spent the weekend at Milwaukee.
Lula Freeborn and Mrs. Julius Norman were Wednesday visitors with their mother, Mrs. Hattie Freeman. Mrs. Freeborn's cottage on Shawano Lake burned Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Polzin, Jr. attended the football game at Shawano.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Erickson of Saxville spent a few days this week visiting at the C.W. Zimmerman home.
Arthur Kaphingst and Lillian Anderson spent the week-end at Norway, Mich. They were accompanied back by Mrs. Arthur Kaphingst, who has been spending the past few weeks taking care of her mother who has been seriously ill.
Earl Siebert this week sold his residence to Christ Johnston, employed by the Wisconsin Power and Light Co. here and in turn purchased the former residence of F.A. Spearbraker.
The Clintonville Tribune - Clintonville, WI - December 21, 1928
Tom Allender of New York is visiting with is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Allender
Albert Sehring has contracted with the sawmill man Awaldt Schmidt of Embarrass to deliver 600 cords of box timber to be 16 inches long. Neil VanVoorhis has taken the job of cutting the timber.
Walter Gehrt of Embarrass, was repairing old pumps here Monday.
Russell Gunders shipped $200 worth of muskrat hides last week and is till trapping.
A.N. Howalt of Waupaca talked on Rural Club Federation in our schoolhouse last Friday evening at the Community Club meeting.
Roland Morris made a business trip to Merrill Saturday, returning Monday.
B.J. Gorman of Manawa was in this vicinity Tuesday buying stock.
F.S. Breed, who has been deer hunting for the past fifty years, deplores the fact that the open season is now made so late that the hunters of advanced years cannot withstand the cold and inclement December weather.
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